Colintraive Community Garden and Heritage Centre
The Colintraive Community Garden and Heritage Centre are situated in the small village of Colintraive on Cowal peninsula.
The Colintraive Community Garden lies behind the village hall, approximately a quarter of a mile east from the ferry terminal.
The garden was created by the village community for the BBC’s Beechgrove Garden television programme in 2003 and has been maintained by residents ever since.
The garden is open all year round and visitors can follow a range of paths through the colourful flowerbeds which include several exotic species. There are also dry-stone walls surrounding the garden and a picnic area and pond.
The Heritage Centre is on the other side of the Village Hall. Set beside the Milton Burn it tells the story of the development of the village and its farming heritage in artifacts, pictures and film. It has been well received by visitors form all over the world and is open from May until the end of September.
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